What are your quick breakfasts?

Gio F.
Eggs, oats and fruit is a GREAT base you can change up so many ways!! Add nuts and seeds like almonds, pumpkin, chia, + flax as well as hemp hearts and many others. Lots of good fats, fiber, protein and sugars from fruit! I love to sweeten with the fruit (even dried!) I already have around and then add honey or agave, but butters, and…. Veggies! 😍 Going for savory oats in the a.m. with steamed broccoli and bok choy, eggs, a bit of salt, pepper, and garlic, topped with green onion… Being creative in the morning I've even added fish..! Look into what small dietary changes might be good for YOU, your body, and situation. Then get creative in the kitchen!!

Cassie G.
If I need a quick breakfast that I’m grabbing on the go, a handful of nuts and seeds, or a fresh fruit works really well. If I still want to make something but I don’t have much time, apple slices with peanut butter and a sprinkling of cinnamon is a really nice way to get that hit of protein to start your day. As an alternative to waiting for toast, rice cakes (the large ones, not the little golf ball-sized ones) are really nice with a topping of peanut butter and banana, or cheese and strawberries, or anything else you can think of. They’re also really nice because you can carry them in one hand rather than having to pack them into a bag. Just remember to get some protein and some fresh fruit or veggies with your breakfast for a great start to your day!

Soham Z.
Since I’m currently in quarantine, my go to has been a few scrambled eggs some sautéed spinach and a slice of whole-grain toast. On days when I have to run I grab a small baggie of granola and a banana and a smoothie

Jacob T.
I usually break it down into at least a protein and a carb, which is usually eggs or shredded chicken I prepared the night before and a piece of toast with cream cheese or butter. If I have time for a bigger breakfast I will usually add some fruit like a banana or raspberries and Greek yogurt.

G Q.
A handful of dryfruits.(put them in a Ziplock and you can eat them in the car)
A banana with a spoon of peanut butter.
A bread slice, toasted, with marmalade or jam.

Chester F.
I like to make granola the night before using oats, nuts and honey (sometimes add fruit or spices) then sprinkle it over flavoured yoghurt with fresh fruit in the morning.